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OVERNIGHT THRU DAWN WEDNESDAY
Wednesday will be a warm and windy day ahead of a strong cold front. Warmer, high temperatures of 70-75 with increasing west-southwest winds 15-25 mph. By afternoon and evening, gusts of 50-60 mph are possible. ***A HIGH WIND WATCH is in effect Wednesday afternoon and night***. Scattered wind damage and power outages are possible
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON: Scattered showers and thunderstorms from late afternoon (4pm to 8pm) into the early evening hours. Skies will clear by 9pm. Strong gusts continue Wednesday Night. Some thunderstorms by early evening may be strong
The strongest winds are expected on the Cape and Islands where a “High Wind Warning” has been issued. Gusts to 60 mph are possible there, leading to isolated wind damage and power outages.
As the cold front approaches in the late afternoon/early evening some showers are expected. Most will come to an end by 9PM as skies clear and turn much cooler for Thursday.